Exciting to see Massachusetts taking notice!
The Stoughton Community Events Committee did it again – another amazing Parade! The day began with a soaking rain on Wednesday, but the skies held out and the parade started at 2:30 p.m. on the 4th of July. Leading the parade was Stoughton Police Chief Paul Shastany, followed by many of the department’s vehicles. The final vehicle was a fire department vehicle driven by Acting Deputy Chief Greg Goldberg. In between, there was the usual groundswell of politicians walking the parade, including… Governor’s Council candidate Bart Timilty…
I am a 32 year old resident of West Roxbury. I was born in Boston and grew up in Canton. I attended Boston College High School, graduating in 1997. I received a BA and MA in Classical Studies from Boston University in 2002. I spent six years in Urbana, Illinois where I pursued a PhD in Classical Philology, which I have yet to complete.
My first job upon graduation from BU was as a Latin teacher at Boston College High School. I taught for a year before I moved on to enter the PhD program. While in Illinois, I was a graduate student teaching and grading assistant. Following my return to Massachusetts, I started working for Volunteers of America.
I started at as the GED teacher at the Norfolk County Community Corrections Center in Quincy. During the 18 months I worked there, 12 individuals successfully completed testing and received their GED certificates. When Volunteers of America received a Federal grant to create a reentry program in partnership with the Norfolk County Sheriff’s Department, I moved to the Norfolk County Reentry Mentor Program, where we work to reintegrate repeat offenders into the community.
This is my first run for elective office. I have participated in a number of campaigns prior to this for friends and family members. I feel a passion for public service that has been a hallmark of the Timiltys for four generations.
If you want daily updates on the campaign and a great opportunity to get to know Bart better, check out his campaign facebook page. Be sure to tell your friends, like the page, and spread the word!
On February 15, 2012 the Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association House of Representatives unanimously endorsed me for Governor’s Council in the Second District at their monthly meeting. The Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association protects the rights and welfare of the uniformed officers of Boston’s police department.
The men and women of the Professional Firefighters of Massachusetts unanimously endorsed my candidacy for Governor’s Council in the Second District at their monthly meeting on March 16, 2012. The Professional Firefighters of Massachusetts represents over 12,000 men and women who dedicate their lives to preserving the well-being of each and every citizen of the Commonwealth.